I grew up in Maryland (Go Ravens!) and then spent the last 13 years in Virginia. I started in television as a weatherman while still in high school, then transitioned to radio after college. In early 2017, I got the opportunity to spread my wings to Texas. I love cars, especially my Camaro, and love to geek out over new tech toys. I am an avid storm chaser with a college background in broadcast meteorology and NWS storm spotting. Hit me up anytime and let me know what is going on around town! I love to get out and about! Follow me on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @ BradenRadio
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The state of Texas is an awesome place to live with its unique terrain, wide open spaces, and unexplained sightings.
Breaking: Avalanche Buries Skiers at Taos Ski Valley
Avalanche rescue operations are underway at Taos Ski Valley and the Kachina Peak.
Authorities Confirm Remains Found
Investigators in the missing persons case of Thomas Brown have confirmed that remains found are his.
Official: Sears Store In Amarillo Set To Close
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Party With Us At AirU This Friday!
Join us at AirU this Friday for a "jump-all-day special."
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You Have To See Canyon’s New Christmas Tree Show
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Texas Tech Fires Football Coach Kliff Kingsbury
He was a former record-setting Red Raiders quarterback when he was a student and spent the last 6 years as head coach.
Do You Follow The Amarillo 3 Second Rule?
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